The journal or magazine home page appears when you click a journal or magazine title. From the journal home page, you can:
View the last five articles published for a title within the Recently Published Articles section.
View the most popular articles downloaded for a title within the Popular Articles section. This section contains the top five most frequently downloaded items for the selected title for the previous month. View up to 25 popular articles (based on PDFs downloaded during the previous month) by selecting the Popular menu item.
Go to the current issue by selecting the Current Issue menu, or view a specific issue by selecting the Past Issues menu and navigating to the year and the volume and issue.
From that issue's table of contents, you can browse article titles and view abstracts.
See a list of new articles that are available online in advance of their final electronic or print version by selecting Early Access.
Each year, Journal Citation Reports® (JCR) from Thomson Reuters examines the influence and impact of scholarly research journals. JCR reveals the relationship between citing and cited journals, offering a systematic, objective means to evaluate the world’s leading journals.
Impact Factor: Impact Factor is the average number of times articles from a journal published in the past two years have been cited in the JCR year. The Impact Factor is a so-called popularity measure which relies on the crude number of citations, each of them counting the same independently of the quality of the source.
Find out more about IEEE Journal Rankings.
Click Title History to review the title history, if the publication title has changed over time.
Click to view the publication's most recent issue.
Set an alert on the publication to be informed of content updates (sign-in required).
From an issue's table of contents, view the full text of articles and multimedia where available.
Submit a manuscript for publication to the journal (sign-in required).
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